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February 22, 1965
A Philadelphia tragedy was enacted last summer by the Phillies. Now, in a new spring, William Leggett details their fabulous rise and explains their extraordinary collapse.
March 22, 1965
HOME ON THE RANGERSSirs:Congratulations to William Leggett for his perceptive article on the plight of the New York Ranger hockey team and its followers (In New York, Hockey's House Is Not a Home, March 8). As a...
March 29, 1965
WORLD SWEEPERSSirs:My thanks to SI and Barbara LaFontaine for taking much of the national mystery from our popular sport of curling (A Stone's Throw to a Playdown, March 15). Now, when I tell my seat companion on the...
April 12, 1965
The baseball issue contains detailed scouting reports on all 20 major league teams, plus a fascinating preview by William Leggett of the things in store for baseball this season. Eight pages of color photographs...
July 05, 1965
Maury Wills, base stealer, banjo player and raconteur, is a key figure in the Dodgers' surprising revival this year. William Leggett reports on an exciting and appealing baseball player.